(i) Pakistan considers Kashmir as the biggest hurdle in establishing relations with India.
(ii) The first Indo-Pak war took place in 1965 over Kashmir.
(iii) The Tashkent Agreement was signed in 1966, but nothing much came out of it.
(iv) Even though the 1971 war was about the creation of Bangladesh, it also had the dimension of the Kashmir problem to it.
(v) The Shimla Agreement in 1972 provided a new format to the interaction between India and Pakistan.
(vi) In 1999, there was a conflict between India and Pakistan over the infiltration by Pakistan in the Kargil region.
(vii) Even today, the Kashmir question is the basic cause of conflict between the two countries.